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Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by itsakjt, Jun 27, 2013.

  1. damric

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    Maybe I can get some of the secondary and tertiary timings down more.
     
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    Added. :)
     
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    Just got this 1055T @3933mhz, can't go higher hi3

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    Edit: A bit more tweaking later

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    Added. :) As far as I can see you have not overclocked your system. Let me know if you did. :)
     
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    Stock cooling isn't forgiving for me, and I lack funds for a better cooler.
     
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    I see. ;)
     
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    My benchmark;

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    Small OC + higher NB/HT speed
     
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    All of your scores are added. :)
     
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    It's a shame your living all the way over in Oregon I have a perfectly fine Cooler master Hyper 212 (original) which would have done the cooling job more than admirably on your FX6300 or the A6
     
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    That would be the greatest thing ever.
     
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    As I said it's a shame you live all the way over in oregon for a reason it'd cost more than you buy one for to send it but if you could find one cheap there even second hand it doesn't matter they don't fail unless broken that'd kill any heat issues you might have..

    I used it on both an Athlon x2 7750 which was OC'd by about 17% never had a problem I also used it on an Phenom II X4 940 to get it running stable at 965 speeds no problems with heat there either

    if you cant find one of those try looking for an Tuniq Tower 120 also a great HSF for it's size
     
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    Added. :) Awesome cache performance BTW!
     
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    just received a renewal offer from Aida and jumped in! Check if you guys can apply.
    Now I can upload some results with the latest version.
     
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    My best of, almost 36.2gb/s read :D

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    this mentioned in red did the trick to pass 36gb/s barier, actually all those timings now and in bios disabled mch full check and ram training.
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    3770K @ 4400Mhz
    16GB Ripjawss @2400
    Image 1, CR=1 / Image 2, CR=2
     

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    All of your scores are added. :)
     
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    Devils Canyon now, same Ripjaws 2400 Mhz. SOme interesting differences:
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    Added. :) Good scores BTW. :)
     
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    Mine for comparison.
    Wish this board was overclockable :(

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    ^wow
    You have gamers and homies, and you have real pros!
     

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